For Americans, the sight of pagoda roofs and dragon gates means that you are in Chinatown. Whether in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, or Las Vegas, the chinoiserie look is distinctive. But for people from China, the Chinatown aesthetic can feel surprisingly foreign.
The same goes for fortune cookies.
Two stories from the 99pi archive about the complex and interesting ways China has been interpreted by America.
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